We draw the attention of applicants for the Erasmus+ scholarship to the fact that the sum of the grant awarded does not cover the full cost of maintenance in the target country, which is why it will have to be supplemented from personal resources.
The student also has the opportunity to submit a Campus Mundi scholarship tender to the Tempus Foundation, but to do this he/she must win Erasmus+ status and sign a zero-grant contract with the university.
BBS also provides independent funding through a tender application and on an academic and social basis for those students participating in Erasmus+ mobility. MOKIÖ (Mobility Supplementary Scholarship), which can be applied for in parallel with the current tender in both academic and social categories, is specifically designed for this.
Erasmus+ students may submit tenders to receive regular social support and if their academic results are adequate, they will also receive a study scholarship.
The Tempus Foundation can also announce supplementary tenders for students who have won Erasmus+ scholarships. These grants provide extraordinary social support for disadvantaged students and supplementary financial support for students with disabilities or long-term illnesses.
The Erasmus+ support derives from the headquarters in Brussels. It is transferred to the BBS account via the Tempus Foundation in Hungary, where it can only be used after receipt. The institution transfers 90% of the Erasmus+ scholarship to the student on the basis of the available resources at the beginning of the mobility period, while the remaining part of the grant is transferred after arrival home and submission of the report.